Part II Description
The capability to collect a broad array of data using various platforms and instruments for sampling and observing marine organisms and their environments is currently progressing to encompass a range of temporal and spatial scales. Chapters in this part of the book describe three representative methods for fishery and ecosystem monitoring: biological sampling, hydroacoustics, and catch-based stock assessment, which are commonly used methods worldwide in fisheries science.
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